The general Libyan elections were supposed to be held by the U.N.-promoted deadline of Dec 24, 2021. With the elections postponed, there are rising concerns that electoral security may be at risk of a soft military takeover - or even another civil war.
In addition to the postponed elections, the lingering of non-state actors on Libyan soil raises the question of how the situation can best be monitored and assessed.
Tune in as our host Anne-Lynn Dudenhöfer and Jalel Harchaoui, a researcher specializing in Libya, discuss the postponed Libyan election, the fragile Libyan security landscape, and why OSINT and HUMINT are best utilised in combination.
These are just a few of the questions our experts will touch upon – tune in now for more.